Mark Ruffalo Dishes On The Avengers Script & His First Look As Hulk On A Scale Model!
The actor soon to play Bruce Banner & the Incredible Hulk in Joss Whedon's The Avengers movie, Mark Ruffalo dishes details on the script & seeing himself as Hulk in motion-capture!
The folks over at MTV caught up with Mark Ruffalo, where the actor revealed details on the script for Joss Whedon's crossover spectacle The Avengers. And more interestingly, he reveals details on his first look as the new Incredible Hulk on a scale model.
"It's cool...it's gonna be great," when questioned of The Avengers script,"The script is a nice combination of funny and...was very in Joss Whedon's wheelhouse. And I got to see the maquette of the Hulk yesterday...In full scope and it's awesome! [It Looks] just like me. We're going out of our way to [make him look like me]. First of all, I'm the first actor to actually do it in motion-capture as the Hulk. And so, all the feature's are mine, they're just really big."
With this, we can assume that the new Hulk will look fairly different from the Louis Leterrier-directed Incredible Hulk take on the goliath. And while it may be a big leap, I have reasons to believe Ruffalo's Hulk will have a personality; actual dialogue. Maybe a key reason why he'll play both alter-egos, aside from not wanting a big distinction when Banner Hulks out. What do you think?
Anyhow, The Avengers stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Clark Gregg, Jeremy Renner, Kevin Pennington, and Cobie Smulders, assembling in theaters May 4, next year!
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